Automatic Leakage Detection of Gas Pipeline using Wireless Network in Oil and Gas Industry


Authors : Ikram, K. Shanmuga Priyan, S. Siva Shanker, N. Akil Raj.

Volume/Issue : Volume 3 - 2018, Issue 3 - March

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Wireless sensor networks have extensively been used for placing the nodes in a linear topology, constituting a special class of networks called linear sensor networks. In a densely deployed linear network case, issues related to optimal resource allocation and networking may persist because the standard sensor network protocols attempt to manage the network as a mesh or ad hoc infrastructure. Pipeline transportation of fluid is controlled by many laws to avoid failure and therefore serious disasters. This paper presents a cost optimum solution to small leaks in pipelines through the use of an array of piezoelectric film sensors embedded in a mobile robot. From time to time, the new robot is passed through the pipeline to detect small leakage precisely before detrimental corrosion and then major failure occurs. This paper presents a cost optimum solution to small leaks in pipelines through the use of an array of piezoelectric film sensors embedded in a mobile robot. It’s common in the industry to use an automatic system, which is installed at all joints along the pipeline, to detect a large leak and send its location wirelessly to the main controller. Main aim of this project is to improve efficiency of the system and provide additional features.

Keywords : Index Terms leakage detection, overflow, microcontroller, CO2 sensor, gates, gas leakage.

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